We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 28 Lowrance Chainsaw models
You can count on your Lowrance chainsaw to make brush clearance and other major yard maintenance chores smooth and easy. If you find your chainsaw has trouble starting, try working through these simple troubleshooting tips to get it revved up and working again.
If your chainsaw has been in storage through the winter, it may need a little preventative maintenance. Start by checking the gas in the fuel tank. As gas sits over time, it gets contaminated with water. When this happens, it's hard for the gas to combust, making it difficult for the chainsaw to start. Change the gas whenever you bring the chainsaw out of storage or if it starts poorly.
Look for corrosion on the spark plugs when you perform routine maintenance on your chainsaw. If you spot any, replace the spark plug. Then pull the starter cord and feel for air coming out of the cylinder. If you don't feel any, replace the piston rings. You can find the chainsaw repair parts you need at Sears PartsDirect.
If your chainsaw still doesn't start or you notice it spluttering, the problem may lie with the carburetor, which is responsible for mixing the gasoline with air so it burns properly. With some chainsaw repair help from a carburetor rebuild kit, you can clean and rebuild the carburetor, or you can choose to replace it instead.
Sears PartsDirect provides all the repair assistance and parts you need to keep your Lowrance chainsaw in top-notch working order. To get help or start your repairs, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.